What information do I need to place an order?


Before placing an order, you will need the following information:

1.) Correct delivery address

2.) Customer contact information

3.) Date and time requested for delivery

4.) Concrete mix design (Contact dispatch for assistance if needed)

5.) Quantity of concrete needed

How much concrete should I order?


Concrete is ordered by the cubic yard (27 cubic feet). Concrete is calculated by multiplying length x width x depth, and dividing by 27. We have great tools that will help you determine how much concrete you need! *

*It is suggested that extra concrete is ordered to allow for variations in the 

grading, compaction, and any spillage that may occur while placing the concrete. 

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How far in advance should I place my order?


At least 24 hours notice is required to ensure timely delivery! Sometimes we are booked out for a week or two in advance (usually in the spring and fall, but make sure to call as soon as you know about your project so that we can make sure we service your project the way that you deserve!) 

Call dispatch today to place an order! 

(410) 552-9600

Can concrete be poured in cold weather? What if it is really hot?

Of course you can! But just like anything, extreme cold & extreme heat present additional challenges with concrete. 

Additives can be placed into the concrete to compensate for these conditions. Use of additives may cause additional expense. In the winter time we use heated mixing water and accelerating chemicals added to the concrete to help control set times and temperatures. In the summer we use chemicals to control set time, and we offer ice to every customer to use to help control concrete temperatures and extend the working time of your concrete! If you have any concerns or worries, ask us! We are always here to help!

Will cracks appear on my poured concrete?


As concrete cures the mixing water used in concrete evaporates from the concrete as causes the concrete to shrink. This may result in some cracks in the surface of the concrete. Proper placement and curing of the concrete can help reduce the likelihood that the concrete will crack. We have been there and done that, so if you need any help, ask! We have concrete experts on staff to help you!

What type of payment do we accept?


o Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express)

o Cash (Exact payment is required as drivers do not carry change)

o Checks

o Credit Accounts (Contact our Sales Department for more information)

Contact Sales Today!

Drop us a line! We are more than happy to help with your project, big or small!

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours. We also stock concrete color charts, and we can schedule test panels for custom or specific jobs. 

MFI Concrete

7860 Kabik Court Suite A, WoodBine, MD 21791, US

(443) 340-5251